They hope to resolve some of the puzzling aspects of their previous work on this topic reported here: https://osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/ert8k
Jenni Rodd, together with Dr Julie Evans (Faculty of Brain Sciences), has been awarded a UCL ChangeMakers grant worth £1200 for a project aimed at inspiring the next generation of UCL scientists.
The project team will create a set of 5 high-quality video interviews that highlight the amazing achievements of UCL scientists and help to make our students feel part of a community of world-leading research.
For info about applying for the next round of ChangeMakers funding: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/changemakers/projects
Dr Jenni Rodd has been awarded a small grant from the Experimental Psychology Society entitled:
PRODUCING PUBLICALLY AVAILABLE WORDMEANING DOMINANCE NORMS FROM EXISTING DATASETS
The aim of this grant is to combine data obtained across ten different experiments to produce up-to-date dominance norms suitable for use in experiments using UK participants.